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Bob Tamasy: The Problem With Taking Things For Granted

Quite a few years ago, before the shattering of the Iron Curtain and the disunifying of the Soviet Union, a friend in Atlanta hosted two Russian visitors. As hosts often do when people come to visit from out of town, my friend wanted to introduce his guests to some of the local sites. One of the destinations was a huge, indoor shopping mall. “Who doesn’t like a trip to the mall?” he thought. Well, he found out. The Russians, accustomed ... (click for more)

First Congregational Church at MLK and Lindsay became venue
Photo by Wes Schultz
First Congregational Church at MLK and Lindsay became venue

Collier Construction Plans Single-Family Home Project In Brainerd

Exhibit At CHI Memorial Celebrates Juneteenth And African American Music Appreciation Month


The ubiquitous Collier Construction Company is planning a single-family residential project in Brainerd. It will be on almost five acres at McBrien Road and Lynnland Terrace. It is at the site of B'Nai Congregation. The planning staff is recommending approval for the project with a ... (click for more)

In recognition and celebration of African American Music Appreciation Month and Juneteenth, RISE Chattanooga has partnered with CHI Memorial’s Arts Therapies and Well-Being Program to present Rooted In Color, a visual arts and live performance showcase during the month of June. “We are extremely ... (click for more)





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